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Cleartronic, Inc. (CLRI) Set to Finish FH2015 with Momentum from Recent Deals

June 25, 2015

Cleartronic is wrapping up the first half of 2015 with a flurry of activity. Earlier this month the company’s ReadyOp Communications subsidiary launched a project with a major retail corporation, and followed-up the news that its VoiceInterop, Inc. subsidiary had signed a deal with an airport in Alberta, Canada.

As a technology holding company, Cleartronic is amassing a portfolio of subsidiaries to develop, manufacture and sell products, services and integrated systems to government agencies and business enterprises. Cleartronic is carving its niche in a broader industry occupied by wireless communications companies like Fusion Telecommunications International, Inc. (NASDAQ:FSNN) and Ubiquiti Networks, Inc. (NASDAQ:UBNT), differentiating itself by offering unique interoperable communications solutions.

Through a license agreement with Collabria LLC, Cleartronic has the right to market the command, control and communication platform, ReadyOp™. The web-based application integrates multiple databases and a robust communications platform to enable fast, efficient access to information and for communication with multiple persons, groups and agencies.

While ReadyOp is typically used by numerous federal, state and local government agencies, Cleartronic is expanding its applications to a variety of industries. ReadyOp Communications recently began work on a multi-year with a major retail corporation based in Arkansas. The project will integrate the ReadyOp platform for the planning, monitoring and reporting of the work done for each individual store location.

“We are pleased to be an integral part of this project as it shows the versatility and flexibility of the ReadyOp platform. While our main focus has been with first responders and government agencies, this project illustrates how ReadyOp can be used in many different industries. This will be our first entry into the retail sector and our plans are to use this project as a model for other opportunities in the retail sector,” ReadyOp Communications President Marc Moore stated in the news release.

Effective communication is a benchmark of Cleartronic’s operations, and to that accord, VoiceInterop recently signed an agreement with the Edmonton Airports in Alberta, Canada, to provide mission critical system for emergency response at Edmonton International Airport.

VoiceInterop’s emergency communication solution, the “VoiceInterop Crash Phone,” combines VoiceInterop’s engineered software with modern, commercial off-the-shelf products that specifically address the needs of commercial aviation airports. Per the agreement, VoiceInterop has engineered and will install, test and provide support for a customized state-of-the-art crash phone solution – the most vital piece of an airport’s communications system – that provides instant voice communications from the air traffic control tower to the airport rescue firefighting station, communications center, and airport police.

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Cleartronic, Inc. (CLRI) Next-Gen Real-Time Unified Communications Branching Out into Retail & Other Markets

June 17, 2015

Following up on the major milestone of breaking the 40 million radio transmissions mark with the single-source, web-based event planning, incident management, emergency response and recovery-focused unified communications platform ReadyOp™, Cleartronic, Inc. (OTC: CLRI) has subsequently announced a three-year agreement to participate in HGACBuy, the cooperative purchasing program established by a political subdivision of the State of Texas, the H-GAC (Houston-Galveston Area Council). With HGACBuy’s participating membership of over 6k different government agencies and NPOs, Cleartronic has thusly tapped a major retail vector for the ReadyOp platform, which is being marketed and promoted under CLRI’s wholly-owned ReadyOp Communications subsidiary.

In addition to this major new market addition, the company has just announced a landmark project with one of the biggest retail corporations in Arkansas. Slated to take place over the next three years and focused on bringing the ReadyOp platform to bear on the sprawling planning, monitoring and reporting requirements of the client’s diverse retail location network, this latest announcement shows the power of the revolutionary ReadyOp platform as a unified communications solution that is capable of transmitting data, as well as speech, via a simplified and easy to use web-based portal. This web-based portal approach largely eliminates the need for cumbersome software installs and updates, as is the case with many competitors in this area and yet the platform provides the same kind of highly-secure, mission-critical situational awareness that government agencies rely on for emergency response.

This same robust capability extended to corporations and other commercial entities, which have extensive field personnel teams and diverse logistical footprints, could quickly evolve into significant new business segment for the company and lead to the ReadyOp platform’s standardization among many other retailer operations. The attractiveness of such an easy to use, easy to implement, and yet highly secure unified communications platform is easy to understand for anyone who has ever popped the hood on the complex logistics of today’s big-box retail operations. The immediate appeal to managers of such a system – which would allow scattered personnel across the country to coordinate efforts in real-time, settling issues like inventory loads and communicating crucial operational updates instantly, irrespective of who is using what device in an increasingly BYOD workplace environment – cannot be overstated.

Implementing ReadyOp with this major Arkansas retailer will further validate the platform beyond its core first responder and government agency markets, opening up ReadyOp for use by additional entities across many different industries, all of whom share similar needs to unify communications, irrespective of device, via a single-source virtual framework that allows real-time speech, text, and data transmissions. This initial entry into the retail market is a huge opportunity for CLRI’s ReadyOp Communications subsidiary and will form a success template that can be farmed out to other retailers across the country, hopefully up-selling itself on the efficiency and connectivity advantages conferred on the retailer subsequent to the platform’s adoption.

Cleartronic has hitherto been best known for their patented radio IP gateways and unified communications solutions developed under their VoiceInterop subsidiary, which has an established track record for creating device agnostic solutions that embrace open-standards software, as well as extremely flexible system designs that allow for unprecedented deployment fluidity. That is why budget-constrained local government agencies like law enforcement and fire departments have flocked to the company’s solutions, confident that a mix of AudioMate 360 radio IP gateways used to tie-in radio handsets, and the company’s proprietary software and third party apps, will allow them to span even difficult terrain and create a real-time environment for the exchange of crucial information across a network that also dovetails in everything from traditional phones to PCs, tablets, and smartphones.

The arrangement with Collabria to market their powerful ReadyOp platform markedly enhances the company’s overall portfolio of unified communications offerings and has already led to numerous key contracts or other arrangements. Cleartronic is rapidly establishing itself as one of the front runners in truly 21st century unified communications, and this latest move to boldly expand beyond their core markets into retail and other industries arguably marks the start of what could be a significant growth phase in the company’s history.

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Cleartronic, Inc. (CLRI) Continues to Impress Airports, Emergency Responders with Affordable, Scalable Unified Communication Solutions

June 16, 2015

Already home to over 200 different unified communications focused clients, who rely on the company for robust end-to-end solutions that seamlessly span the widest range of audio input devices, from POTS (plain old telephone service), to two-way and iDEN (TDMA-based digital wireless standard invented by Motorola with integrated push-to-talk) radio networks, Cleartronic’s (OTC: CLRI) wholly owned VoiceInterop subsidiary continues to act as a one-stop-shop for government agencies and large commercial enterprises. VoiceInterop’s family of AudioMate360 IP voice gateway devices, along with cutting-edge AudioMate Software and HTTP-based AudioMate Configuration Console for managing hundreds of AudioMate360 devices at once, constitute an open-ended, device-agnostic architecture that is capable of handling everything from unified real-time voice communications, to executing programs and transferring data.

Whereas most solutions in the sector today are highly hardware-centric, VoiceInterop’s subscription-based X-Stream Access service takes a completely different approach, allowing users to leverage existing IT and telecom infrastructure in order to create a platform that enables any authorized user to securely communicate using any radio, telephony, or PC device, irrespective of frequency, manufacturer, or system-based protocols. This universalized approach also allows VoiceInterop to take a standards-based software development approach, bundling feature-rich middleware applications together which third party system integrators can resell.

One of the primary endpoints of such an approach is that these kinds of unified communications (UC) solutions can be executed in a highly scalable fashion, meaning that they can be expanded or contracted with ease to meet the size or changing dynamics of a given client. Whether the client is a small/local government agency, or a sprawling multinational with personnel all over the globe, they can rapidly implement a solution using the company’s easy to deploy software, or have VoiceInterop handle the details. The other major end point with such solutions is the associated cost-effectiveness that only such tailored architectures provide, making it so even government agencies on a tight budget can migrate to a truly 21st century UC solution without breaking the bank.

One of VoiceInterop’s strongest client sectors has and continues to be airports, an environment where real-time UC can mean the difference between life and death, both for emergency service teams, and flight crew/passengers. When a wide-body jet with over a hundred passengers crashes just shy of the runway at one of the world’s busiest international airports, response time and the ability to coordinate field personnel, as well as said personnel’s ability to communicate with one another while out in the field, is of paramount importance. When the unthinkable happens, it is too late to start worrying about a comprehensive UC solution that is hassle-free and can provide the kind of rock-solid, guaranteed response capabilities needed to avert further catastrophe.

In such an event, air traffic controllers in the tower need to be able to simply pick up a phone and instantly connect with first responders at the crash site, as well as other airport personnel. Unfortunately, many airports around the country still are woefully lacking when it comes to a robust UC solution, and so VoiceInterop has been helping clients, like Orlando’s Sanford International Airport, with custom installations and ongoing support of secure, interoperable UC solutions. Other VoiceInterop clients include such well-known airports as Dulles, Green Bay, Omaha, Reagan, and West Palm Beach.

The latest client to hop on board is Edmonton Regional Airports Authority, which manages emergency response at both Edmonton International and the Villeneuve Airport. The company is tasked with providing its site-customized VoiceInterop Crash Phone system in both cases, a system utilizing the company’s proprietary software and leveraging both standard commercial communications devices and existing infrastructure, like IP telephones, two-way radios, and the overhead paging/alert systems, all organized and finely tuned to meet the specific needs of each facility’s personnel.

Moreover, because the system architectures are so highly scalable and built around the software as the real backbone for connectivity, the VoiceInterop Crash Phone systems installed at these facilities can grow as the locations do, allowing for cheap, easy, and effective changes to be made in the future, with system upgrades completed simply by making minor alterations to the software environment. It’s easy to see why airports and emergency first responders and agencies like fire and rescue, as well as law enforcement, trust Cleartronic to provide mission-critical UC solutions, given the low cost, broad-spectrum capability, and easy scalability they provide.

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Edmonton International Airport Enters Agreement with Cleartronic, Inc. (CLRI) Subsidiary

June 8, 2015

Cleartronic today announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, VoiceInterop, Inc., signed an agreement with the Edmonton Airports (officially the Edmonton Regional Airports Authority), Alberta, Canada, to provide a mission critical communication system for emergency response at Edmonton International Airport. Edmonton Airports is responsible for operation and management at this airport and also the Villeneuve Airport, the primary general aviation facility in the Edmonton region.

VoiceInterop offers an emergency communication solution called the “VoiceInterop Crash Phone,” a system that combines VoiceInterop’s engineered software with modern, commercial off-the-shelf products, fine-tuned to the needs of commercial aviation airports. VoiceInterop has engineered and will install, test and provide support for a customized state-of-the-art crash phone solution that provides instant voice communications from the air traffic control tower to the airport rescue firefighting station, communications center, and airport police serving this airport. The crash phone system is the most important piece of an airport’s communications systems.

“During an emergency, air traffic control tower personnel simply pick-up the phone and are connected instantly with a combination of first responders and airport operations staff. The ‘VoiceInterop Crash Phone’ system is already in use by many airports nationwide, and has been for many years,” said Larry Reid, CEO of Cleartonic.

Using VoiceInterop software, the system will connect state of the art IP telephones, the airport’s two-way radios, and overhead paging and alerting systems. The system is designed to accommodate the evolving requirements of the airport in the future by implementing minor changes in the software instead of budgeting for new infrastructure equipment.

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Cleartronic, Inc. (CLRI) Begins Multi-Year Nationwide Retail Store Project, Demonstrates Flexible Technology Application

June 3, 2015

Cleartronic, a technology holding company that creates and acquires operating subsidiaries to develop, manufacture and sell products, services and integrated systems to government agencies and business enterprises, today reported that its subsidiary, ReadyOp Communications, Inc., has begun work on a multi-year project with a major Arkansas-based retail corporation.

The project, in partnership with two private companies, is expected to continue for the next three years, during which the ReadyOp™ platform will be used to plan, monitor and report the work being done for each individual store location.

Utilizing the ReadyOp™ platform at multiple locations of this major retailer represents the flexible application of the technology for a variety of industries beyond first responders and governmental agencies uses.

“We are pleased to be an integral part of this project as it shows the versatility and flexibility of the ReadyOp™ platform. While our main focus has been with first responders and government agencies, this project illustrates how ReadyOp™ can be used in many different industries. This will be our first entry into the retail sector and our plans are to use this project as a model for other opportunities in the retail sector,” Marc Moore, president of ReadyOp, stated in the news release.

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Cleartronic, Inc. (CLRI) Positioned for Rapid Growth with Participation in HGACBuy Program

May 28, 2015

Cleartronic, through its subsidiary, ReadyOp Communications, Inc., recently announced a three year agreement with the Houston-Galveston Area Council to participate in the HGACBuy program. This cooperative purchasing program opens the door for local governments and non-profits to make purchases based on contracts established by other government entities. In total, the new agreement gives Cleartronic improved access to over 6,000 government agencies and non-profits across the country, providing the company with ample opportunity to grow the ReadyOp™ platform in the coming years.

For over 30 years, the HGACBuy program has made the procurement process more efficient for government agencies. Effectively, inclusion in the program serves as a blanket contract for Cleartronic and the ReadyOp™ platform, providing participating members with access to the proven interoperability system at a pre-approved rate.

“ReadyOp™ is already in use by many federal, state and local government agencies, hospitals, school, universities, ports and airports, and has been for several years,” stated Marc Moore, Chief Executive Officer of ReadyOp Communications. “Adding the capability for government agencies and non-profits to purchase through ‘HGACBuy’ allows our prospective customers an easier, faster way to purchase the annual licensing for ReadyOp™, plus the radio interoperability capability.”

Originally formed in September 2014, ReadyOp Communications markets, sells and supports ReadyOp™ software through a software license agreement with Collabria LLC. In March, the company gained master distribution rights for the platform for an initial term of five years. Through this agreement, Cleartronic gained a proven communication software to package with the company’s patented hardware products, creating a unified solution to the communications interoperability market.

ReadyOp™ is designed to support daily operations, special event planning, incident management and emergency response and recovery by allowing for quick, dependable communication through a variety of channels. The importance of this interoperability can’t be overstated, and the Federal Communication Commission has highlighted interoperable communications as “a major policy goal for… promoting public safety” in recent years.

By securing exclusive rights to the ReadyOp™ platform and participating in the HGACBuy program, Cleartronic is establishing its place among the leaders in the communications interoperability industry.

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Cleartronic, Inc. (CLRI) Announces Agreement Between Houston-Galveston Area Council and Subsidiary

May 21, 2015

Cleartronic today announced that its subsidiary, ReadyOp Communications, Inc., entered into a three-year agreement with the Houston-Galveston Area Council (H-GAC) to participate in their “HGACBuy” program.

H-GAC’s Cooperative Purchasing Program, known as “HGACBuy,” allows local governments and certain non-profits to use contracts appropriately established by another government entity. Over 6,000 government agencies and non-profits participate in “HGACBuy,” including the purchasing of the annual subscriptions for ReadyOp™. ReadyOp™ is a secure, web-based platform providing organizations with a single site for planning, response, communications and documentation of personnel, tasks, assets and activities.

“ReadyOp™ is already in use by many federal, state and local government agencies, hospitals, schools, universities, ports and airports, and has been for several years. Adding the capability for government agencies and non-profits to purchase through ‘HGACBuy’ allows our prospective customers an easier, faster way to purchase the annual licensing for ReadyOp™, plus the radio interoperability capability,” stated Marc Moore, CEO of ReadyOp Communications, Inc.

H-GAC, a political subdivision of the State of Texas, has been serving local governments for more than 30 years. “HGACBuy” is a nationwide program that increases the efficiency of the governmental procurement process by establishing competitively priced contracts for goods and services. The participating members of “HGACBuy” have been awarded contracts by virtue of a public competitive procurement process, compliant with state statutes. All “HGACBuy” products and services have been subjected to a competitive bid or proposal process, subsequently resulting in the award of a blanket contract(s).

“ReadyOp™ supports daily operations and special event planning plus incident management, emergency response, recovery and continuity of operations. ‘HGACBuy’ approval means that thousands of government agencies in our target markets can purchase their ReadyOp™ annual subscription without the normal competitive bidding process,” commented Larry Reid, CEO of Cleartonic.

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Cleartronic, Inc. (CLRI) Unified Communications Key for Day to Day Operations

May 19, 2015

Established provider of unified communications (UC) hardware, software and services, Cleartronic has been helping its government agency and business enterprise clients realize cost-effective, state-of-the-art solutions for years. These solutions are based on purpose-built, open-standard software architectures and feature a high degree of design and operating flexibility, as well as universal interoperability and scalability. Via the company’s two core subsidiaries, the 200 plus client, interoperable communications-focused VoiceInterop, and ReadyOp Communications, which is focused on exploiting the company’s recently enhanced strategic relationship with ReadyOp platform developer Collabria, Cleartronic has carved out a chunk of the global UC space.

According to analysis by leading market research firms like Transparency Market Research and Infonetics, the global UC market is projected to hit upwards (respectively) of around $62 billion to $88 billion within the next four years, growing at an over 15.7% CAGR from 2012 through 2018 on the strength of increasingly BYOD (bring your own device) workplaces and the ubiquity of video-capable mobile devices. The ability of advanced UC platforms – enabled by hardware like VoiceInterop’s easily affordable AudioMate 360 Series (AM360) of IP (internet protocol) radio gateways, which allow limitless audio endpoints from sources like analog walkie-talkies and two way radios, known as LMR (land mobile radio) repeaters – to be seamlessly meshed into a single digital unified talkgroup session, alongside control stations or remote control consoles, makes such UC platforms ideal for operating in geographically diverse or vast areas.

By converting analog audio to digital packets and sending them over the internet, using any connection format available from a standard cable ISP, to 2G through 4G wireless, or even satellite, all existing communication devices, be they radio handsets, telephones or desktop users with a headset mic, can be brought together in a real-time environment. VoiceInterop’s AM360 Series even supports Nextel and private iDEN systems for backhaul of data from sources like GPS sensors and external SCADA monitors. AM360 devices also provide active communication features like inbound or outbound group calls, as well as monitoring of inputs like broadcast and weather receivers, and the easily updateable AudioMate Communicator™ software console connects multiple AM360 gateways together with zero hassle. This solution means that any user within the network with clearance can pick up a phone or radio and immediately broadcast over PA systems at a given site or across a large campus, as well as speak to other users within a given protected talkgroup, or a trunked radio system.

Such architectures are an ideal way for airports, police departments, fire and rescue, or university campuses to coordinate in real-time and they also represent an extremely cost-effective way to modernize even legacy systems into a virtual UC environment, with very little setup time. Because VoiceInterop has so much experience developing customized applications, as well as handling the systems integration end of things and acting as an OEM manufacturer of systems like their IP gateways, this CLRI subsidiary can help clients tailor customized UC solutions to fit both their exact needs and their budgets, something which is especially important for state and local government agencies. This ability to bridge the gap between radio talkgroups effortlessly, irrespective of device manufacturer, frequency, or location, is a godsend for critical infrastructure entities and government agencies who must often contend with emergency scenarios, the resolution of which is more ably facilitated by having such a real-time unified communications solution at the ready, allowing for top-down command and control coordination of all field personnel and resources.

ReadyOp Communications has really emerged as a major part of CLRI’s business in more recent months, with the subsidiary’s formation marking the expansion of the license agreement between Cleartronic and Collabria in February of this year, as well as the decided shift from Collabria handling the lion’s share of the platform’s sales and marketing in-house, to Cleartronic’s subsidiary taking the lead role in marketing ReadyOp. A major reason for the success of this highly secure communications platform, as well as the need for the expanded strategic relationship, is how attractive the solution is and how much interest it has been generating. The ReadyOp platform is now doing over 100k transmissions daily, recently smashed through the 40 million total radio communications barrier, and continues to see growing usage of features like alerts, email, text messaging and other types of voice communications sent using the platform. This platform even includes an easy to use file management system that lets users send and receive any type or size of file, using encrypted cloud storage through Amazon-hosted servers.

Incident and emergency response planning is a huge market for ReadyOp and winning features like the platform’s visual management dashboard, which lets managers easily coordinate vast sums of personnel and logistics, allowing them to locate people, assign relevant tasks and keep everyone in constant communication, has kept the clientele rolling in. The lack of software install required and the ability to use basically any web browser, including a smartphone version, combined with the ability to send voice or data, quickly delivering notification pushes in every format from SMS to phone calls, means that the same platform used to tie together such disparate devices as two-way field radios, telephones and laptop users, can also be accessed securely from anywhere in the world where an internet connection can be established.

ReadyOp is a comprehensive SaaS solution for planning and preparation tasks which allows users to create and store highly structured operational or event plans, as well as personnel rosters, including details like multiple points of contact information for each user, displayed in a manner in which those points of contact are connected to individual’s roles and planned tasks. The platform allows provides an easily updateable logistics database that is used to track assets, including the asset’s specific location and any associated contact personnel. And the whole setup can be organized via a customized visual display configured by the user, enabling multiple groups to be organized and then tied together at the last minute without complications into a nodal framework.

All of these capabilities also make ReadyOp the ideal platform for reaction, mitigation and recovery during incident and emergency response scenarios. The ability to start multiple conferencing sessions on the fly, bringing in personnel from all over the place, irrespective of their communications device or which agency they are from, and then organize them quickly into sub groups for better management, is the kind of capability that may mean the difference between saving or losing lives during a disaster. Being able to quickly and easily share key intel like photographs and videos, or simply spoken situation report updates, via a secure interface, is often the kind of crucial capability needed to create order from the chaos of a disaster incident. ReadyOp even allows for out-briefing and after action report tasks to be performed in a consistent manner, providing complete time stamping of task completion and communication sessions.

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Cleartronic, Inc. (CLRI) to be Featured on National Radio and Web TV

May 12, 2015

Cleartronic, a holding company active in communications technology, will be featured in a live radio broadcast on WWNN (1470 AM), in south Florida, and streamed live on video TV at, on Friday, May 15, at 12:00 noon EDT. Cleartronic’s CEO, Larry M. Reid, will discuss the company’s recent agreement with Collabria LLC, a communications software company based in Tampa, Florida. The agreement names Cleartronic, and the newly formed Cleartronic subsidiary ReadyOp Communications, as the primary conduit for future marketing and sales of the ReadyOp communications platform that was originally developed by Collabria. Included will be a discussion of some of the agencies and institutions currently using ReadyOp.

ReadyOp is designed to provide government agencies, hospitals, first responders, companies, and unified commands, with multiple communication capabilities and options in a single secure platform, able to support daily operations, special event planning, incident management, and emergency response and recovery.

Cleartronic has had a strategic relationship with Collabria, but the new agreement allows the Cleartronic ReadyOp Communications subsidiary to take the lead role in marketing of the ReadyOp suite of software. Prior to this, Collabria had maintained their own sales and marketing focus for the product. The new marketing arrangement will include local, state, national, and international clients, in multiple industries and government agencies. Cleartronic will also continue the integration of their hardware products with the ReadyOp communications platform.

Cleartronic seeks to create and acquire operating subsidiaries to develop, manufacture, and sell products, services, and integrated systems to government agencies and business enterprises. The company seeks out areas of change that it sees as representing opportunity, leveraging core competencies already being commercially exploited in unified communications while simultaneously developing or acquiring new technologies.

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Cleartronic, Inc. (CLRI) Transformative Power of Radio IP Gateways, Device-Spanning Communications Software Drives Userbase Growth

May 6, 2015

Cleartronic continues to find a ready market for their unified communications interoperability solutions, which consist of VoIP-enabling hardware like their patented AudioMate radio to IP gateways developed by their wholly-owned VoiceInterop subsidiary, as well as enhancement software bundles like the ReadyOp platform, provided through a strategic relationship with Collabria, LLC. VoiceInterop hardware and software allows for the seamless integration of otherwise incompatible radio devices and networks into a unified end-to-end framework. This framework enables rapid, reliable communications that span different locations, frequencies, or radio system inputs from devices across the multitude of two-way radios currently in use, tying these previously isolated devices into an architecture that can reach cell phones, desktop PC devices, and handheld computing platforms.

This already powerful architecture, which enables the transmission of voice and data over the internet from multiple different types of devices, is further supercharged by Collabria’s feature-rich, web-based ReadyOp platform. ReadyOp was designed from the ground up to provide incident and emergency response personnel with a single-site planning, response and communications engine that ties together all the different field-deployed and fixed devices commonly in use by federal, state and local government agencies, as well as critical infrastructure entities like air and water ports, granting unfettered access to all associated parties via a universalized and secure web-based conduit. Far more than just a conduit though, ReadyOp is a sophisticated virtualization solution that gives managers incredible power to plan and manage operations.

Business has been so good in fact that CLRI recently moved to go from a strategic relationship with Collabria to a master distributor relationship for ReadyOp, forming their ReadyOp Communications subsidiary to focus on marketing the bundle, alongside an emphasis on integration of the company’s AudioMate hardware. ReadyOp has been steadily growing both at home and abroad in terms of overall usage, particularly among government agencies who have come to rely on its rock-solid reliability and security. Similarly, the ReadyOp DT application, designed to fully leverage the capabilities and increasing ubiquity of smartphones, has seen constantly growing use among the company’s clientele. The ReadyOp DT app has become an important part of the overall equation, extending the power of the ReadyOp platform fully to smartphones with improved functionality and ease of use, making the field job much easier for first responders and other emergency personnel, who can count on using an extremely familiar and handy device they use every day to interact with the ReadyOp platform.

The company reported a significant milestone that shows all this growth only weeks ago, with the disclosure that the company’s domestic and international ReadyOp installed user base has broken the 40 million radio transmissions mark, and is currently clocking in a whopping 100k plus transmissions each day. The power of the ReadyOp platform to provide command and control clarity, with well defined task and contact structures that enable information to flow efficiently through the chain of command, has made the platform a go-to solution set for many government agencies and even industries when it comes to solving complex field personnel intensive equations. ReadyOp’s comprehensive visual dashboard allows single or multiple agency-spanning communications, location of individuals in the network, as well as the detailed assignment of tasks to them, all in a highly intuitive fashion.

The appeal to government agencies of such a platform – which is also notable for its standard-defining resiliency, a factor that is of inestimable importance for disaster relief scenarios in particular – cannot be overstated. The system is always on, it requires zero software to be installed (not counting the smartphone app which takes seconds to install) and it fully leverages cloud computing principles in order to maintain seamless parity between otherwise isolated devices, allowing for unified notification pushes, but also instantaneous two-way communication between otherwise cut off network segments or individuals who are using disparate devices. Whether it is planning a complex ecosystem of personnel and protocols, or responding at the drop of a hat to a natural disaster or other crisis, ReadyOp provides the kind of virtual mission control needed to effectively implement and actively manage a complete response.

An SaaS solution that defies device type, with an extremely intuitive interface, as well as the robust radio hardware gateways needed to tie-in last mile radio users, has made technology holding company Cleartronic a one-stop-shop for unified communications. And the company’s current plans to expand their domestic and international marketing efforts will likely lead to even greater adoption of their products, services, and integrated systems among both industry and government agencies alike, with the university and school markets being a natural parallel. Sectors like oil and gas E&P, airport management, mining and others, which are characterized by large amounts of distributed field personnel and complex, geography spanning operations – much like police and fire departments – can benefit greatly by migrating their complex and fragmented communications to a truly 21st century unified framework.

Cleartronic has all the software and hardware needed to transform fragmented legacy architectures into a virtualized environment that elegantly dovetails old and new hardware together into a cohesive communications environment. The appeal of this solution set continues to drive the company forward and their prominence in the unified communications space is a particularly strong indicator to investors about the company’s future.

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Cleartronic, Inc. (CLRI) ReadyOp Users Send 40M Radio Transmissions

April 27, 2015

Cleartronic today reported that ReadyOp™ users have sent more than 40 million radio transmissions, an achievement driven by increases in radio traffic and ReadyOp customers.

Cleartronic provides simple, flexible communications capabilities, including true interoperability for radio talk groups for personnel in multiple organizations. The ReadyOp platform, powered by Cleartronic’s wholly owned subsidiary ReadyOp Communications, Inc., supports daily operations and special event planning plus incident management, emergency response, recovery and continuity of operations (COOP).

“With our installed base of users in the United States and internationally, we now are seeing the radio traffic exceeding 100,000 transmissions daily,” Marc Moore, a director of Cleartronic and CEO of ReadyOp Communications stated in the news release. “This is solid proof of the strength and reliability of our ReadyOp communications platform and our patented radio to IP gateways. We are also seeing increased daily use of our ReadyOp DT smartphone application, especially by first responders and emergency operations personnel.”

Cleartronic and its subsidiaries own the patented radio over IP technology that enables true interoperability between radio talk groups regardless of frequency, manufacturer, location or device when using the ReadyOp DT application. ReadyOp’s secure, web-based structure is used by a growing list of federal, state and local government agencies, hospitals, schools and universities, ports and airports as well as corporations.

“We are pleased at the continuing growth and use of ReadyOp by our clients. The 40 million milestone for radio communications, plus the monthly growth in total text messages, alerts, emails and other voice communications provided by ReadyOp, shows that ReadyOp has become an integral part of our clients’ daily operations as well as their incident and emergency response plans,” said Larry Reid, president of Cleartronic.

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Cleartronic, Inc. (CLRI) Looks to Capitalize on Rising Communication Interoperability Demand with Access to ReadyOp Platform

April 24, 2015

The push for more connected communication standards is gaining steam, and it’s coming from the top: The Department of Homeland Security. Interoperability plans, which are designed to enhance communication between public safety and law officials, particularly during emergency situations, have caught the attention of the federal organization, which recently released a report highlighting the benefits of effective communication channels in quelling potentially dangerous situations. Cleartronic, Inc. (OTCQB: CLRI), through its ReadyOp Communications, Inc. subsidiary, is well-positioned to capitalize on the growing needs of unified communication systems by public service agencies around the country.

Through its newly expanded deal to market and sell the ReadyOp platform, Cleartronic has gained better access to a proven commodity in the communication industry. In a release from the Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management of the State of Colorado, an official strongly endorsed ReadyOp as a cost-effective, easy-to-use and safe method to upgrade and expand notification capabilities for both stead-state and crisis-state operations. The report went on to list important aspects such as high levels of security, controlled access and automatic database backup as prominent features that set the ReadyOp platform apart from the competition.

By providing the means for personnel to quickly communicate via cell phone, push-to-talk (PTT), secure voice, radio, video, text message and email, ReadyOp unites tried-and-tested methods of communication with the latest technological advancements, and, with no new hardware or software required, it remains a viable option for cash-strapped local governments.

“The ReadyOp platform is now proven and in daily operational use by many agencies at all levels of government and internationally,” stated Marc Moore, Director of Cleartronic.

As the company continues to refine its marketing efforts to include local, state, national and international clients in multiple industries and government agencies, it appears that the sky is the limit for Cleartronic in terms of potential growth. Look for the company to expand its footprint in the vital communications interoperability market, which could spell big returns for shareholders in the coming years.

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Cleartronic, Inc. (CLRI) Provides Ideal Solutions for Markets that Require Reliable Communication

April 16, 2015

Cleartronic is a technology-focused company that creates and acquires operating subsidiaries to develop, manufacture and sell products, services and integrated systems for a variety of markets worldwide.

The company’s VoiceInterop, Inc. subsidiary provides patented IP communication gateways and communication software that are globally marketed direct to customers as well as through a network of value-added resellers.

VoiceInterop has developed an interoperable communication solution designed for customers such as airports where uninterrupted and clear communication are dire for scheduling, safety and overall operations. Airports in Dulles, Reagan, Omaha, Cincinnati, Green Bay and West Palm Beach are currently using VoiceInterop’s solutions to seamless connect a variety of otherwise incompatible communications devices and networks such as two-way radios, cell phones, PDAs and tablet PC devices into an integrated communication system.

Superior interoperability also makes VoiceInterop applicable for coordinating fire, police, rescue and other services that require unified communications. The company’s solutions enable individuals, organizations and companies to provide better services by providing easier, reliable and flexible communication among various working groups.

Management is continuously pursuing additional applications and markets for its technology, and VoiceInterop’s customer base of more than 200 companies currently includes emergency services agencies, airport management and colleges and universities.

Also in Cleartronic’s portfolio is a web-based application that integrates multiple databases and a robust communications platform supporting day-to-day activities for planning and managing small- and large-scale events. Through a recent agreement with Collabria, LLC, Cleartronic has licensing rights to market Collabria’s revolutionary ReadyOp™ command, control and communication platform.

ReadyOp enables fast and efficient access to information and for communication with multiple persons, groups and agencies. The technology is currently being used by numerous federal, state and local government agencies and private enterprises.

Cleartronic has established a solid business plan structured to maximize currently available resources for accelerated growth. This strategy includes exploring new opportunities in the machine-to-machine market, “smart grid” applications, and cloud communications products and services. 

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Cleartronic, Inc. (CLRI) VoiceInterop Subsidiary’s RoIP Virtualization Solutions Cost-Effective, Easy To Use

April 9, 2015

Technology holding company Cleartronic is primarily engaged in providing device-spanning, interoperability-enabling unified communication solutions via their VoiceInterop subsidiary, which provides extremely robust options to enterprise and managed environment clients for turning analog voice sources into digital packets that can be consumed and distributed via Internet Protocol (IP). Chief among the tools offered by VoiceInterop are the AudioMate360 Series of RoIP (Radio over Internet Protocol) gateways and their backbone AudioMate software, which features an HTTP-based software configuration console for managing a vast network of AudioMate360 (AM360) devices, allowing for easy and rapid management of the entire network, including handling such tasks as firmware updates for older individual (or groups) of units.

When it comes to managed environments like large government agencies or municipal first responders, it goes without saying that an extremely reliable and even severe incident-survivable solution is required. The ability to cost-effectively tie together an unlimitedly large array of base radios via AM360 gateways into a web of devices, seamlessly connecting a limitless number of audio endpoints into a single AudioMate session (which can be configured in an infinite number of ways easily, without daunting technical requirements), makes establishing and maintaining mission critical situational awareness a no-brainer. This kind of robust capability, where existing PTT (push-to-talk) infrastructure can be virtualized instantly into an easy to use environment that communicates via public internet service or a private data network connection, is essential in a disaster situation and of is also of immense utility for day-to-day operations.

Using VoiceInterop solutions allows for inexpensive coverage area expansion of an existing base radio network that can even thwart the logistical impositions created by operating in mountainous regions. The ability to create an expanded simulcast coverage system, linking repeater base stations via RoIP and IP multicast into a single, seamless network, where all the devices key up as if they were wired together locally as remote access stations, is an ideal choice whether the customer is a local government agency (like police and fire rescue located in a mountainous region), or a resource recovery operation like a remote mine or oil well. Affordable IP gateways and the comprehensive software to manage them, is a real budget saver for local governments and can also be a huge advantage for large enterprise operations that require a similarly robust, but cheap way of tying together multiple field personnel and coordinating their activities, either from a centralized location or distributed nodes.

The ability of the VoiceInterop platform to instantly integrate other forms of communication, like regular telephone service (POTS, or plain old telephone service), wireless iDEN (integrated digital enhanced network sources, which combine trunked radio and cellular phone capabilities), dial-in VoIP, 3G/LTE, or a laptop soft console, makes it an ideal solution for centralizing communications. Routing audio traffic in real-time from a diverse variety of sources using an AudioMate architecture makes consolidating otherwise complex dispatching and coordination of a huge personnel base easy and it also opens up new workflows, as well as performance enhancements which simply are not possible within a command and control paradigm dominated by disparate elements.

The VoiceInterop Command Phone, which also uses a browser-based interface, takes things one step further and allows common commercial communication devices to be tied together into a self-healing fiber-optic ring network that is also third party software agnostic, allowing clients like airports and critical infrastructure entities to easily integrate modern communications technology with a traditional PLAR (private line automatic ring-down) solution that can automatically re-route traffic in the event of an outage or break in the network. The already robust and reliable overall platform offerings currently on offer from CLRI have been further improved by the company’s recent entry into a new license agreement earlier this year with the parent company (Collabria) of the developer of a comprehensive, web-based and highly secure, command, control and communication platform known as ReadyOp™. ReadyOp is a highly flexible solution that integrates alerts, voice and radio with email, texts and file transfer into a single platform that is location, server and hardware independent, and which is geared towards government agencies for handling continuity and disaster/emergency response. This licensing agreement expands CLRI’s options in the government agency end of the market and adds further credibility to their capacity to deliver robust solutions.

Cleartronic continues to be focused on creating and acquiring subsidiaries that will augment its already impressive portfolio of interoperable unified communication solutions, and the company’s ongoing emphasis on ensuring its interfaces are simple and intuitive remains one of their strongest selling points. Because when a serious crisis event occurs, a fluid and responsive system that is easy to use often represents the difference between life and death.

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Cleartronic, Inc. (CLRI) Focusing on Improving Capital Structure and Enhancing Shareholder Value

April 2, 2015

With a proven communications platform currently in place, Cleartronic, Inc. (OTCQB: CLRI) has turned its attention towards enhancing shareholder value. Through last month’s announcement of an expanded licensing agreement with Collabria LLC, as well as the recent cancellation of two billion shares of common stock, Cleartronic has initiated the first stages of its Capitalization Benefit Plan, which is designed to significantly improve capital structure and reward the company’s shareholders.

Cleartronic’s newly expanded licensing agreement with Collabria, in particular, is pivotal to its plans going forward. By presenting itself with the opportunity to focus exclusively on sales and marketing efforts for the ReadyOp platform while future development work is handled by a separate entity, the company maximizes its chances to substantially increase market share while limiting unnecessary risk.

“The ReadyOp platform is now proven and in daily operational use by many agencies at all levels of government and internationally,” stated Marc Moore, CEO of Collabria LLC and newly-appointed Director of Cleartronic. “We will now be expanding our marketing efforts in our existing markets and expanding into new territories.”

As indicated, Cleartronic wasted no time in jumpstarting its marketing efforts, as the company recently announced that it had enlisted the services of a proven public relations and marketing firm. Through the hire, the company expects to streamline advertising and broadcasting efforts and develop an effective marketing strategy for the ReadyOp platform.

ReadyOp has been proven to significantly cut down on the time it takes for police, firefighters and other first responders to communicate during emergency situations. Designed to be simple and fast to implement, its growth potential is nearly limitless. As cash-strapped local governments continue to look for better ways to integrate the wide variety of communication protocols currently in operation, ReadyOp places Cleartronic in a great position to add significant value for shareholders while providing a potentially lifesaving service in the field.

With a proven application that serves a vital niche in markets around the world, Cleartronic’s recent moves place it in a good position to reach new heights.

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Cleartronic, Inc. (CLRI) Fills Gaps to Provide Mission-Critical Communication Solutions

March 24, 2015

In a rapidly and incessantly changing world, Florida-based Cleartronic seeks to identify business problems created by change, and explore opportunities in which the communications technology company can apply its core intellectual property to develop solutions that enhance circumstance and grow shareholder value.

The execution of this mission is enabled by the creation and/or acquisition of subsidiaries capable of developing, manufacturing and marketing technologies – either stand-alone systems or interoperable devices and technologies – that address significant market needs in the enterprise and consumer markets.

Cleartronic’s VoiceInterop business, for example, provides interoperable communication solutions to emergency services agencies, airport management, and colleges and universities that rely on easy, reliable and flexible communication between working groups.

VoiceInterop’s patent pending AudioMate360 IP gateways and control software are recognized as a bridging system interface (BSI) by the Department of Homeland Security. Available in three versions – analog audio (360a), two-way (360r) and IDEN radios (360i) – AudioMate360 can be integrated with commercial, off-the-shelf equipment allowing for endless applications without technical limitations or geographic boundaries.

This unified, interoperable communications system bridges communication gaps between legacy and new systems, serving as a scalable and cost-efficient way to centralize and manage communication networks and devices in the event of communication-critical circumstances.

As Cleartronic continues to expand VoiceInterop’s base of more than 200 clients, the company is conducting research and development opportunities in the machine-to-market, “smart grid” applications, and cloud communications products and services such as its incident command platform.

ReadyOp Communications, Inc., Cleartronic’s second subsidiary, is the center of a recently expanded long-standing license agreement with Collabria LLC, a communications software company, regarding the cloud-based ReadyOp platform.

Designed to enable orderly and efficient dissemination of information through the chain of command, ReadyOp’s visual dashboard display – accessible via web browser or smartphone – allows users to easily locate, assign tasks and communicate with individuals and groups in a single agency or multiple organizations. ReadyOp is the ultimate in interoperability, a dire function for government agencies, hospitals, first responders and companies in situations of daily operations, special event planning, incident management, emergency response and recovery.

In the past, Collabria maintained its own sales and marketing initiatives of the ReadyOp platform. With the new agreement in place, ReadyOp is leading its marketing efforts in new territories among local, state, national and international clients in several industries and government agencies.

Utilizing an experienced and progressive management team, Cleartronic, VoiceInterop and ReadyOp address discrepancies that threaten critical seamless, interoperable and reliable information dissemination due to perpetual demands and changes in communication.

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Cleartronic, Inc. (CLRI) Increases Shareholder Value with Cancellation of Shares, Engages PR and Marketing Firm

March 17, 2015

Earlier this morning, Cleartronic reported the signing of a new employment agreement with its CEO, Larry Reid. As part of the agreement, Mr. Reid agreed to cancel two billion of his common shares.

“These shares were issued several years ago to protect the Company against an adverse takeover. Mr. Reid has received a new employment contract and other consideration for the share reduction. The reduction does not involve any other shareholder nor reduces the number of shares of any other shareholder,” stated Richard Lackey, a member of the Company’s Board of Directors. “The share reduction is effective today, along with the signing of Mr. Reid’s new employment agreement.”

“This share reduction is part of the Company’s ‘Capitalization Benefit Plan’ announced last October. We are committed to improving the capital structure of the Company and enhancing shareholder value. The share reduction, coupled with our new marketing agreement with Collabria, puts the Company in an excellent position to reward our shareholders,” commented Larry Reid, Cleartronic’s Chief Executive Officer.

“This share reduction was one of the contingencies of our partnering agreement announced last month with Cleartronic,” added Marc Moore, CEO of Collabria LLC and a member of Cleartronic’s Board of Directors. “The reduction will benefit the Cleartronic shareholders and provide potential for more significant share value increases as we increase our marketing efforts through Cleartronic and the new ReadyOp Communications, Inc. subsidiary.”

Cleartronic also announced American Media Group, Inc., a public relations and marketing firm will assist the Company in advertising, broadcasting, and developing its marketing strategies for its ReadyOp™ platform.

“We are pleased to be a part of a Company that has a product that can bridge the gap between first responders, agencies and business alike in times of emergency situations. ReadyOp keeps these groups in touch. ReadyOp users cut down response time and share information instantaneously within their own group as well as with other agencies. Bottom line — ReadyOp saves lives,” said Mick Bazsuly, President of American Media Group, Inc., “As a newscaster and broadcaster for over 20 years, I know firsthand how hard it is for police, firefighters and other first responders to communicate during emergencies. ReadyOp eliminates those gaps and is a powerful information sharing tool,” Bazsuly added.

American Media Group, Inc. and its founder have been a force in broadcasting sports, news and talk radio since 1998.

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Cleartronic, Inc.’s (CLRI) Communication Technologies are Life Saving Solutions

March 13, 2015

Thanks to Internet and media coverage you can at least imagine the potential pandemonium of managing massive political occasions, disaster or emergency response, airport operations, or other events requiring precise communication, security and order. Florida-based Cleartronic, through its subsidiary and licensed communications platform, delivers structured, interoperable solutions that enable order and efficiency in even the most chaotic situations.

Cleartronic creates and acquires operating subsidiaries to develop, manufacture and sell products, services and integrated systems to government agencies and business enterprises. The company’s current customer base includes more than 200 client companies in the fields of emergency services agencies, airport management, and colleges and universities, all of which rely on interoperable communication solutions from its VoiceInterop subsidiary.

VoiceInterop’s patented IP communication gateways and communication software are marketed direct to customers as well as through a network of value added resellers. The company’s customer base of international airports include Dulles, Reagan, Omaha, Cincinnati, Green Bay and West Palm Beach.

Cleartronic recently received the licensing right to market Collabria LLC’s revolutionary ReadyOp™ command, control and communication platform, a web-based application that integrates multiple databases and a robust communications platform supporting day-to-day activities for planning and managing small- and large-scale events.

The need for interoperable communication was never more evident than during the September 11, 2001, attacks. While radio communications were modified to address inadequacies discovered after the 1993 World Trade Center bombing, communications systems during 9/11 lacked interoperability, were damaged during the attack, and crumbled under the simultaneous communications between response parties. These problems were fatal for many first responders whose systems lacked the ability to communicate across department lines, such as police units directly communicating via radio with fire units.

While there is some measure of confusion to be expected in any large event, whether planned or unforeseen emergency, new technologies are being developed to handle unprecedented loads with efficiency. ReadyOp is a tested and proven solution that enables fast, efficient access to information and for communication with multiple persons, groups and agencies. The communications platform is currently being used by numerous federal, state and local government agencies and private enterprises that can’t afford the risks of subpar communications platforms.

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Cleartronic, Inc. (CLRI) Strengthens Hold on Interoperability Market with Expanded Licensing Agreement

March 6, 2015

Through a recently announced expanded licensing agreement with Collabria LLC, Cleartronic, Inc. (OTCQB: CLRI) has established the primary conduit for its future marketing and sales operations involving the ReadyOp™ interoperability platform. The new arrangement provides Cleartronic with the opportunity to increase focus on sales and marketing efforts through its wholly-owned subsidiary, ReadyOp Communications, Inc., while continued development of the platform’s operational capabilities are completed through a separate entity. Though specifics have yet to be released, reports indicated that the deal calls for the issuance of Cleartronic stock in exchange for a master distribution agreement for the ReadyOp™ platform.

“The ReadyOp platform is now proven in daily operational use by many agencies at all levels of government and internationally,” stated Marc Moore, CEO of Collabria LLC and a newly appointed Director at Cleartronic. “We will now be expanding our marketing efforts in existing markets and expanding into new territories.”

The updated licensing agreement follows the two companies’ original agreement, which was announced in August 2014. In combination with the company’s VoiceInterop unified communications solutions, Cleartronic now fully controls the distribution of two of the most powerful options for helping budget-constrained local governments improve interoperability between diverse communication protocols.

According to the Oklahoma Office of Homeland Security, a number of high-profile public safety events could have been managed much more efficiently if seamless interoperable communications, such as those provided by the ReadyOp™ platform, were possible. In the aftermath of the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing, for example, critical information was passed between first responders via couriers on golf carts due to a lack of effective interoperable communication options.

Whether in times of peril or simply to increase the effectiveness of daily operations, agencies throughout the country are continuing to recognizing the need for improved communication protocols. Cleartronic, through its recently announced licensing agreement for ReadyOp™, is in a strong position to capitalize on the market’s continued growth in the coming years.

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Cleartronic, Inc. (CLRI) Bolsters Business Relationship with Collabria, LLC through Expanded License Agreement

February 26, 2015

Cleartronic, a technology holding company, has announced that it has entered into a new License Agreement with Collabria LLC, a communication software company located in Tampa, Florida. The agreement further solidifies the business dealings between the companies and pairs Cleartronic, with its new subsidiary ReadyOp Communications, Inc., making the two companies the primary means for future marketing and sales of the ReadyOp platform. The ReadyOp platform is currently being marketed by Collabria LLC. The agreement calls for the issuance of shares of Cleartronic stock to Collabria LLC in return for a master distributor relationship for the ReadyOp platform. Specific terms of the license agreement were not disclosed.

Cleartronic Chief Executive Officer Larry Reid stated, “We have had a strategic relationship with Collabria prior to this, but Collabria has maintained their own sales and marketing focus. With this agreement, our new ReadyOp Communications subsidiary will take the lead role of marketing ReadyOp. Our marketing efforts will include local, state, national and international clients in multiple industries and government agencies. We will also continue the integration of our hardware products with the ReadyOp communications platform.”

Collabria’s CEO, Marc Moore, added, “This new licensing agreement will provide the opportunity for us to focus our sales and marketing efforts in one company while maintaining the development work on the communications platform in a separate entity. The ReadyOp platform is now proven and in daily operational use by many agencies at all levels of government and internationally. We will now be expanding our marketing efforts in our existing markets and expanding into new territories. Additionally we have added several new capabilities to ReadyOp in recent months that enhance its power, speed and flexibility.” Mr. Moore’s also holds a Director position at Cleartronic.

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Cleartronic, Inc. (CLRI) Paves the Way for Enhanced Communication Integration

February 24, 2015

Cleartronic, a technology holding company, is continuing to unify popular communication solutions. The company, through its subsidiary ReadyOp Communications, Inc., is currently providing government agencies, hospitals, ports and airports, first responders, schools and universities and other companies with the ability to integrate multiple communication capabilities into a single, secure web application.

The company is the leading distributor of the control software suite, ReadyOp™, which is designed to support daily operations, special event planning, incident management and emergency response by allowing team members to quickly communicate across multiple devices including cell phone, push-to-talk (PTT), secure voice, radio, video, text message and email. Whether personnel needs to communicate verbally or quickly share information such as photographs, ReadyOp™ has the flexible capabilities needed to get the job done.

Designed through extensive review of the plans of first responders, hospitals and government agencies, ReadyOp™, which was developed by Collabria, LLC, is flexible, simple and fast to implement. By eliminating the need for new hardware, the application opens the door for anyone with access to the internet to begin communicating information in less than five minutes.

Collabria, in cooperation with Cleartronic, provides a product that unifies communication protocols, and Cleartronic hopes to save lives, property and time in daily operations and in emergency situations through its worldwide rights to market and sell the application. In addition to instant communication capabilities, automatic logging and storing of all communications create a renewed sense of accountability, which should lead to better overall results across a variety of industries.

ReadyOp™, as well as the company’s VoiceInterop technologies, provides budget-constrained companies and municipalities with an affordable interoperable solution for communication. Cleartronic expects to set new standards for performance in the burgeoning market, which has been created by the rapid evolution of communication mediums over the past decades. As the communication integration market continues to grow, Cleartronic has positioned itself on the cutting edge of the industry with both its marketing rights to ReadyOp™ and its subsidiary communication solution, VoiceInterop.

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Cleartronic, Inc. (CLRI) – Delivering Integrated Communications to Businesses and Agencies

February 19, 2015

Cleartronic looks for change and the business opportunities that change creates. After identifying the problems resulting from change, the company takes aim at monetizing solutions using technology. Cleartronic is well positioned to implement this strategy and to take advantage of its share capital and other corporate tools to strengthen the company and attract prospective investors and acquisition candidates. Cleartronic’s management frequently develops organizational and growth structures intended to provide long-term benefits to the company and its shareholders.

Since its establishment in 1999, Cleartronic has created and acquired operating subsidiaries that develop, manufacture and sell products, services and integrated systems that target large domestic and global markets. Presently, the technology holding company has two operating subsidiaries — VoiceInterop and ReadyOp communications – whose solutions serve markets ranging from business enterprises to consumer products and services to government agencies.

Cleartronic Subsidiaries

• VoiceInterop

VoiceInterop is a leading provider of unified communications solutions for enterprise and governmental environments. An expert application developer and original equipment manufacturer of the patented AudioMate360 Radio IP gateway devices, VoiceInterop offers matchless flexibility when it comes to the development and delivery of its products. The subsidiary’s AudioMate product line allows customers to effortlessly link a wide range of typically mismatched communications devices and networks, including true two-way interoperability between radio talk groups.

• ReadyOp Communications

ReadyOp Communications is the principal distributor for the command and control software suite ReadyOp which provides airports and ports, companies, first responders, government agencies, hospitals, schools and universities and unified commands with multiple planning and communication capabilities and options, all in a single, secure web application. ReadyOp is designed to support day-to-day operations, alert and response actions, special event planning, incident management and emergency response and recovery.

Cleartronic exploits the changes that globalization is creating to pursue new business opportunities. The company’s central mission is to leverage its core intellectual property to create new, high-growth market applications and, through its subsidiaries, it does exactly that. It develops, builds, sells, and installs unified group communication solutions; offers maintenance and support contract services; and provides hardware and custom-built software for public and private enterprises.

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Cleartronic, Inc. (CLRI) Poised to Prosper as Unified Communications Market Heats Up in 2015

February 9, 2015

Frost & Sullivan, which has diligently served global 1000, emerging, and public sector entities, as well as the investment community for over five decades with advanced growth strategies, has released a new report detailing the growth outlook for the unified communications (UC) market. The report states unequivocally that strong growth in cloud computing, big data analytics, social media, internet of things, and mobility (CASIM) during 2015 will provide abundant tailwinds for the UC market.

The report acknowledges massive and unflagging demand from public and private sector entities for comprehensive UC suites, combined with a reluctance to make equally massive outlays, especially considering the complexities involved. The underlying drivers have led to a boom in the UC-as-a-Service (UCaaS) market, which is now seen by Frost & Sullivan as growing at an unprecedented rate in the coming years, as big enterprises move towards the hybrid UC model and the mid-market on down evolves into a green-field opportunity for vendors and service providers. The report also sees the Asia Pacific region as a leading growth target and emphasizes the significant transitional force of the UCaaS trend, arguing that UC as a defined category is now moving well beyond just traditional IP telephony, software phone clients, email and presence. The report argues that UC must now effectively be construed as being an interoperable, collaborative business communications suite, which brings total device convergence, along with security to the table.

Dependable collaborative suites are the name of the game moving forward and most top telecom service providers like Verizon (NYSE: VZ) or Telstra (OTC: TLSYY), have already pushed UCaaS solutions to the market. With the big system integrators in tow, this has made for a highly competitive arena as the rush is now on to meet the demands of chief experience officers, who are tasked with enhancing business outcomes through judicious UC implementations. The analysis late last year by Logitech (NASDAQ: LOGI) on InformationWeek’s yearly State of Unified Communications Report, checks very well with the latest data from Frost & Sullivan, indicating that 2014 was a big growth year for UC, with an industry survey that showed 70% of respondents either had or planned to implement a comprehensive UC solution.

Even the U.S. Army is moving in this direction, but the service’s ambitious plan to replace legacy communications with a full IP-based infrastructure illustrates the complexities and challenges faced by enterprise, SME and other government agencies who are looking to execute a comprehensive UC solution. The Army had intended to get the ball rolling with an industry solicitation this year for a comprehensive UCaaS solution, but now says they do not even plan to release an RFP (request for proposal) until 2016, clearly showing how difficult it is to understand the rapidly changing landscape and make determinations about the best way to proceed, such that all needs are met effectively. The Army is still focused on consolidating data centers and moving apps to the cloud for the time being, omnipresently aware that a full-spectrum UC implementation isn’t just about replacing legacy communications systems, it is a sea-change that represents a true paradigm shift for the underlying Army culture, much like the decision to adopt email as an enterprise-wide initiative, but on a much grander scale.

This is a target-rich environment for an established UC provider like Cleartronic (OTCQB: CLRI), whose wholly-owned VoiceInterop subsidiary is on the cutting edge of applications development, systems integration, services, and interoperability-enabling OEM solution manufacturing. Cleartronic is a well-known provider of patented IP communication gateways, as well as communication software, and even recently entered into a key license agreement with ReadyOp developer Collabria that greatly extends their already impressive UC portfolio. ReadyOp is a next-gen secure software platform for planning, communications and coordination, which represents an ideal solution for local governments, as well as international agencies, when it comes to effectively executing command and control.

ReadyOp was instrumental during the 2012 Republican National Convention for instance and was used to by the Tampa Police Department, Florida Department of Law Enforcement (and other agencies) to coordinate their massive deployment, including 5k additional LEOs from over 60 other PDs, sheriff’s offices, and state agencies. This same platform is perfect for hospitals, school districts and even corporations, either for situational awareness during daily operations, or for immediate, coordinated presence during incident and emergency response scenarios.

VoiceInterop currently supports an extremely diverse customer base of over 200 clients, ranging from emergency service agencies, to airports and universities. VoiceInterop provides its customer base with interoperable UC solutions that easily bridge all relevant devices, from traditional conferencing and IP phones, to Motorola iDEN® (Integrated Digital Enhanced Network) networks and two-way radios. VoiceInterop’s completely scalable AudioMate Unified Communications™ Software takes the device bridging to the maximum level, allowing authorized personnel to securely communicate over any radio, telephone or PC device, irrespective of the equipment’s manufacturer. With the AudioMate PC client and 3rd party mobile apps, or Blackberry app, and the AudioMate360 Series of RoIP (Radio over Internet Protocol) solutions, all the tools exist to easily expand traditional radio networks to new locations or modes of communication, all within a single, easy to use, unified management environment.

Cleartronic has a clear vision as a technology holding company focused on creating and acquiring operating subsidiaries in the thriving UC arena, and the company has a seasoned management team at the helm to boot, which will help guide their growth in a broad array of associated markets.

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Cleartronic, Inc. (CLRI) Solutions Address Changing Communication Needs

February 3, 2015

Cleartronic is looking for change. In fact, the technology company’s business model is built on change and capitalizing on the business opportunities change creates. In a nutshell, Cleartonic’s strategy is to create or identify and acquire operating subsidiaries to develop, manufacture and sell products, services and systems that provide solutions for challenges faced by government agencies and enterprises.

The company’s VoiceInterop subsidiary provides unified communications solutions to organizations in the public and private sectors. These solutions are designed to help these entities, many of them facing significant budget constraints, work smarter, more efficiently and cost-effectively. VoiceInterop’s patented AudioMate360 Radio IP gateway devices enable customers to link otherwise incompatible communications devices and networks, such as two-way radios, cell phones and tablet PC devices, into an integrated communication system. The result is:

• Interoperability – Seamless communication among working groups allows companies and organizations to improve response times, enhance command and control, and save on hardware upgrade expenses.
• Open-Standards Software – Most changes in the system can be executed at the software level which is purpose-built to “scale up” and adapt to any interoperability challenge.
• Design Flexibility – The versatility of the VoiceInterop approach allows a wide range of legacy communications systems to work together, extending the useful life of many legacy systems.
• Operating Flexibility – VoiceInterop solutions are designed to provide easy, secure, on-the-fly configuration.

These capabilities have attracted a customer base of more than 200 clients ranging from emergency services agencies (including police, EMS and fire) and airport management to colleges and universities.

Cleartronic’s second subsidiary, ReadyOp Communications, Inc., is the leading distributor for the command and control software suite ReadyOp™. The solution provides government agencies at all levels and internationally multiple planning and communication capabilities and options in a single, secure web application. ReadyOp is designed to support daily operations, alert and response actions, special event planning, incident management and emergency response and recovery. Users can communicate and interact securely with each other and in a timely manner, regardless of their location to ensure:

• Secure, Real Time Communication
• Emergency Response
• Incident Command System
• First Responder Coordination
• Disaster Recovery
• Backup Communications
• Community Fusion
• Continuity of Operations

ReadyOp is currently being used by numerous federal, state and local government agencies and private enterprise. The platform also supports planning and response for the Department of Homeland Security’s Incident Command System (ICS) and the corresponding Hospital Incident Command System (HICS) for healthcare.

Leveraging core competencies already being commercialized, Cleartronic’s R&D efforts are focused on exploring additional opportunities in machine-to-machine, smart grid, and cloud communications applications. In line with this pursuit, Cleartronic seeks to apply its intellectual property to create new high-growth market applications, including the development of consumer products targeting large domestic and global markets.

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Cleartronic, Inc. (CLRI) Global Expansion Objectives In Unified Communications Spurred On By Key Board Appointments

January 27, 2015

Cleartronic continues to gain increased global market share as a provider of comprehensive unified communications (UC) solutions, delivered through a growing family of acquired operating subsidiaries that offer a broad spectrum of innovative products, integrated systems and services to everyone from consumers, to business enterprises, and government agencies. The recently announced appointment of CEO and founder of Collabria, LLC, Marc Moore, to the Cleartronic Board of Directors, extends the reach of the license agreement signed between the two companies, which conferred upon CLRI the right to add Collabria’s ReadyOp™ interoperability software suite to the portfolio of communications solutions the company markets, sells, and supports.

ReadyOp™ has been a solid addition to the menu for Cleartronic since they signed the deal and has significantly enhanced the company’s traction amongst government agencies, due in large part to the seamless integration capabilities of the platform, which make it an ideal multi-organization solution for first responders who want to tie together a complex network of disparate devices in real-time. A marvel of communications, planning and response capability enabling, the web-based ReadyOp platform is increasingly seen as a vital tool for first responders to have in their tool belts. The platform is able to dovetail alerts, email, file transfers, radio communications, text, and voice into a single, secure, overarching command and control environment that easily turns computers, laptops and even smartphones into command center coordination nodes.

Marc Moore, a former Air Force Fighter pilot with over two decades in the information technology, software development and UC game, brings a wealth of experience to the CLRI Board which will no doubt be instrumental in helping the company to further its goals of acquiring even more next-gen technology and software offerings, while continuing to expand their already sizeable client base. The addition of ReadyOp to CLRI’s portfolio of UC offerings integrates extremely well on the sell-side with the patented IP gateways and communication software solutions already available via the company’s wholly-owned VoiceInterop, Inc. subsidiary, which services over 200 client companies worldwide, including airport management, emergency service agencies, and colleges/universities. ReadyOp adds serious cachet value to CLRI’s already compelling portfolio of UC solutions, making the company something of a rising star in the industry, especially when it comes to clients like mission-critical providers of emergency response services.

In addition to the Moore appointment, the company has added emergency response management and logistics pro, Richard Lackey, to the Board. Lackey is the founder and chairman of the Global Food Exchange™, a world leader in strategic food reserve development, focused on bringing together a network of strategic partners, emergency food providers and buyers, in order to help achieve rapid response capability in emergency disaster relief situations around the globe. The Global Food Exchange goes beyond just their bedrock services of providing complete meals made up of highly nutritious ingredients to communities in need, offering necessary relief equipment like portable water systems and shelters as well. With a number of years doing real yeoman’s work in international emergency medical response missions, as well as with roughly three decades working as an active trader and fund manager across the U.S. and Latin America, having held eight different securities licenses, including ones in the equity, options and futures markets (as well as serving as the managing director for five, highly successful private funds), Lackey clearly has the skills to pay the bills and will likely be instrumental for CLRI in accelerating their global expansion objectives.

Marketed and sold direct to customers worldwide, as well as through a growing network of value-added resellers, the advanced interoperability-enabling solutions available through VoiceInterop’s UC allow for extremely cost-effective, easier to use, highly flexible, and reliably rock-solid communications platforms to be implemented by anyone. Distinct advantages of VoiceInterop solutions have continued to allow the company to gain ground in the rapidly expanding global UC market, estimated to be growing at an extremely health 15.7% CAGR over the next three years, as even SMEs and smaller local government agencies seek ways to work more intelligently on a budget, driving the overall market to $62 billion or more according to Transparency Market Research analysis.

Enterprise UC is a particularly hot market and the unique advantages of VoiceInterop’s solutions make the company a serious contender in this arena. Unique advantages which include an emphasis on cost savings-focused interoperability and open-standards software, as well as maximally flexible design that allows for the integration of legacy communication systems (extending their viable service life handsomely), and similarly flexible operating capabilities that make VoiceInterop’s secure solutions easily configurable on the fly. From SMEs to massive enterprises, the demand for secure, high performance and device agnostic UC solutions that can be executed on a budget, continues to increase at a record pace as more and more outfits switch over to a BYOD (bring your own device) paradigm amid smartphone proliferation that saw 1.3 billion units shipped in 2014 (mostly Android).

The key to survival in this dynamic world of modern enterprise is to have an elegant UC solution backbone tying together of all of the mission critical communications and working group efforts. Cleartronic aims to be one of the premier providers of choice in this industry among a growing clientele footprint, and the company is making all the rights moves to secure that objective.

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